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Of course, S,opt is a complicated function mainly determined by the type, size, and trans-conductance of the raw device. It has been formularized in some technical books. Usually, an optimum source re ection coef cient, S,opt, is computed by the computer simulation program and can be displayed on the Smith chart as shown in Figure 1.2(a). On the Smith chart, its corresponding parameters, Gopt, Bopt, Ropt, Xopt, can be read from the same point. Noise gure would be expected to be at a minimum if the input impedance were at point N where its input impedance corresponds to S,opt. Instead, in raw device testing, the noise gure is tested at point G where its impedance corresponds to its S11. Therefore its value is much higher than the expected minimum. Figure 1.3 shows the tested noise gure. In the entire frequency range, it is around 8.7 dB. At this point, a question may be raised: Through impedance matching, the trace S11 can be pulled to 50 , the center of the Smith chart. What would happen to the trace of S,opt then We expect that the trace of S,opt would also be pulled to 50 , the center of the Smith chart. Can we control the change of the trace of S,opt when the impedance matching network is implemented Let s take a look at the performance of the noise gure (NF) in the entire frequency range from the raw device testing. Figure 1.3 shows that the noise gure in the operating frequency range is NF = 8.52 to 8.77 dB, NF = 8.7 dB, when 850 MHz < f < 940 MHz, when f = 895 MHz. (1.24) (1.25)
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Users of Windows Vista s Parental Controls feature will probably notice two features missing after upgrading Windows 7. To streamline Windows 7, Microsoft removed the Activity Reporting and Web Filtering features, replacing it with a behind-the-scenes framework that allows trusted third-party providers to extend Windows built-in Parental Control functionality. These features aren t really gone, though. Microsoft simply moved these features into their free Windows Live Family Safety product, which comes bundled with code that hooks directly into Windows 7. We will go over Windows Live Family Safety in a moment. One of the most unique features of Windows 7 s Parental Controls is that they don t necessarily have to be limited to children. Indeed, many security-conscious users will find that it s worth setting up a standard user account for themselves, applying various Parental Controls to it, and then using that account for their normal PC operations. Why would you want to do such a thing Well, for starters, you might want to protect yourself from some of the nastier things that happen online. It s something to think about.
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When you install printers on a server, they usually install as local printers printing to remote TCP/IP ports. Local printers, by de nition, are printers that coexist with a server, which acts as its proxy. Local printers are shared as les and folders so that user groups may map to them and use their services. Just because the physical printer is established out on the network somewhere does not mean it s a network printer; it must still be installed as a local printer (remember, you are installing a logical printer). Installing the network printer option does not make your server a proxy for the printer. It only gives you the capability to connect to and print from the remote network printer. Installing a network printer only makes you another client, which is not your objective. Before you begin installing a new local printer, keep the following parameters and data handy: If you have a TCP/IP printer network, assign the new IP address for the remote port, be it on a printer interface device or on the printer itself. Ensure that the DHCP server reserves the IP address, and mark the IP address as assigned on an IP address allocation list or database you keep. If you are setting up a port on a remote printer interface device, make up a network name for the device. The name can be derived from the name of the device given by the manufacturer, a serial number, and even a MAC (hardware) address. Have all printer drivers handy. If you do not maintain an install directory on the server, you may need your Windows Server 2008 install CDs within arm s reach.
(MIMO). Many research studies have indicated that systems can achieve more than 100 Mbit/s using MIMO-OFDM with a small performance degradation. For example, in [2], the authors concluded that with BPSK and QPSK modulation, they can achieve better performance than with Single-InputSingle-Output (SISO). With 16- and 64-QAM, performance degradations due to MIMO are about 0.5 and 2 dB, respectively. They also concluded that high spectral efficiency can be achieved by using MIMO-OFDM; hence, MIMO-OFDM is a good potential solution for IEEE 802.1 In. Applying the concept of multicluster communication in the home, it is highly probable that the digital home of the future will consist of multiple clusters. These clusters could fall into four broad categories: Entertainment, PC/Productivity, Communications, and Home Control and Management. The idea of cluster communication is to allow consumers to connect fragmented clusters of digital devices connected by a variety of technologies such as 1394 and Bluetooth. Most of those clusters will be confined within a room due to the physical limitations of the personal area networks such as UWB, Bluetooth, or IEEE 1394. For instance, there may be a living room cluster consisting of a digital STB, PlayStation 2, and a digital VCR, and a home office cluster consisting of a PC, a printer, and an external HDD. A wireless bridge device that is added to each cluster will enable communications between these physically separate clusters without needing new wiring. This wireless bridge will likely evolve out of the IEEE 802.11n/e/i standard, incorporating the high-speed capabilities with full quality of service and security support. For instance, the user will be able to watch a TV program on his/her PC, or use the external HDD with a time-shift device such as the TiVo. Also, wireless devices can be added to the network. For instance, a PDA-like portable device will allow the user to move around the home while controlling the digital devices in the home, and also watch a video/TV program on its small screen. Another example would be a wireless settop box (STB) or video server distributing video streams to wireless video monitors throughout the home.
The Touch up feature (which you access when viewing a picture by right-clicking the picture, then selecting Picture Details, and then Touch Up see Figure 8.18) lets you improve your photos by removing red eye, adjusting the contrast, or cropping the image. While Touch Up is unlikely to put many fuller-featured image-editing suites out of business, it is a useful addition for making some on-the-spot, last-minute improvements to your photos.
where 2.5 dB is higher than 2.3 dB as read from Figure 17.10. The 0.2 dB difference is a buffer for inaccuracies in reading or testing. On the other hand, the simulation with Monte Carlo analysis can provide the yield rate and histogram display as shown in Figure 17.12. On the top, it shows that the yield rate is 100% if the goal of insertion loss is consistent with expression (17.16). The total number of iterations in the simulation is 50. The histogram shows the distribution of the iteration number and is listed in Table 17.3. 17.4.3 Sensitivity of Parts on the Parameter of Performance
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